Here’s a fun Valentine’s idea for your kids to make for their friends, classroom buddies, or as a treat just for them. I’ve seen a few versions of Valentine’s tic-tac-toe with different candies like m&m’s and kisses, but then I saw these 2-colored pink tic-tac’s and it was perfect! I designed game cards that you can download for free and create your own adorable Valentine’s treat. I made them extra fun by leaving room for the kids to color in the words and hearts too.
I designed the tic-tac-toe card to fit inside sandwich bags. This seemed like the most economical – and easiest – solution. I added some washi tape to cover the ugly bag zippers.
I created the game cards to be black & white so you can print them out easily on your home printer. Your kids will have fun coloring the game cards and filling out their valentines.
I found these yummy, 2-colored pink Strawberry Fields tic-tac candies at Staples. I’ve also seen a red & yellow combination.
Fill your new pretty bags with your decorated cards and candy and you can check that “to-do” off your list!
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I hope you enjoy this valentine’s idea and freebie!
Theresa @DearCreatives says
Love this. PInned to my Valentines Day board. 😉 Pinned & shared. Thanks for joining in to share at the Inspiration Spotlight party. See you again soon!
Robin Jubinville says
Love these Lori! Bren made your book marks last year and they were a hit! The washi tape on the baggies is such a good idea too!! Thanks for inspiring me to be a little more creative 🙂 xo
Thanks Robin!! Have fun creating with Bren!!
Again with the cuteness!! I’m just going to have pin this for later!
My daughter loved these!!
Really sweet idea. Wonder if I can find those tic tacs in London!
Oh – good luck!!!
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